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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 16, 1944
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PARTY HONORS BENNY SMITH F. B. Program Given at Lakeside Church Clear Lake--Benny Smith, who is going into the service soon, was honored at a combined farewell party and Union Township Farm Bureau session at Lakeside church Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schmitz gave a group of piano and violin selections, Bonnie Allen sang, Ward Allen gave an accordion number and a trio made up o£ Mrs. Frank Miles and the Misses Theone Badkcr and Betty Miles sang. Mr. Smith was presented a farewell gift, Ernest Buss making the presentation. Dr. George Senior, federal veterinarian, spoke on poultry ant live stock diseases and showec slides for the Farm Bureau pro gram. Mr. and Mrs'. Wayne Wol ford and Mr. and Mrs. Peal Hickok were the committee, i large attendance was noted an refreshments were served. Th next meeting is April 19. Lake Township Farm Burea met at the Don Blair home for th ast day meeting of the season. Jrville Knutson, Mason City, poke on group insurance for 'arm Bureau members, Marion Olson spoke on rural education nd Mrs. Robert Furleigh gave a eading. A potluck dinner was erved. The next meeting is at the Baker schoolhouse the evening of April 19. Mi's. Clarence Trcgo entertained Clear Lake township home pro- ect leaders all day Wednesday with Miss Lucille Buchanan giving the final lesson of the year on Wartime Fabrics." A potluck uncheon was served. Eden dis- :rict followup meeting will be held March 22 at the Ross Echelberger home with Mrs. Tom Spilman presenting the lesson. Mrs. Clifford Rice will present the lesson to the W. L. A. M. club at the home of Mrs. W. J. Amendt at a meeting Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs, R. J. Nelson entertained members of the Do Your Bit (Hub and husbands at a social session with 500 as the diversion. The next regular meeting is March 29 at the home of Mrs. James Miller. a m D. NX ftccetv* Papcf t:3» t. m. Cmll t3» «r tit CLEAR LAKE GLOBE-GAZETTE"! . m. for and Adi f p. m. far ,dlo Newj Pb»n« 239 or 259 AND KGLO OFFICE 207 West Main SL Miss Annagrace Torchiano, who has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Neil Slocum, South Shore, the past 2 weeks, plans to return Saturday to her home at Portsmouth, Ohio. P U B L I C S A L E Due to help shortage, I will dispose of my milk cows and some farm equipment at my farm located two blocks east of the Swaledale creamery, on-SATURDAY, MARCH 18 --Sale Starts at 1 O'clock-19 -- HEAD OF LIVESTOCK -- 19 11 cows, all milking, mixed herd; 4 calves; 1 grey gelding, six years old, weight 1,750 Ibs., well broke FARM EQUIPMENT AND OTHER ARTICLES--1 McCormick Deer ins 10-ft. power binder (1 man control); 1 Deering mower, 5 ft. cut; 1 single row cultivator; 1 John Deere sprint tooth harrow (3-section); 1 boy's Elgin bicycle; 1 set fly nets; 2 pair steel names; 1 2-bottom P O tractor plow (14 inch); 1 Blue Star 4-wheel corn planter with 160 rods wire; 150 bales of straw. 600 bushels of good oats', some ensilage; 5 horse collars; 4 sets of disc hillers; 1 set backpad harness. TERMS: Cash, or make arrangements with your banker before the sale. No property to be removed until settled for. H. D. CASPERS, Owner Ora, Bayless. Auct. First State Bank of Thornton, Clerk CHILDREN SING FOR PROGRAM Park Chapter Holds St. Patrick's Event Clear Lake--Susan Haase, Dick Gilbert, Robert Smith, Robert Folkmann, Eunice Renberg, Myrna Jean Miller, Calvin Ashland and Catherine McDonald, 5th grade pupils, sang a group .of Irish Scotch and patriotic numbers for the program of Park chapter No. 35, O. E. S., at Masonic Temple Wednesday evening. Robert Replogle played 2 clarinet solos, "Schubert's Serenade" and "Chili Chili Bean." Miss Tommy Bendt sang "The Lass With the Delicate Air" and "My Wild Irish Rose." Miss Jean McFadden accompanied all the numbers. Miss Beatrice Grimshaw spoke of her former home in Ireland and displayed a number of pieces of Belleek china and hand made Irish lace. Mmes. Verne A. Spindell and G. E. Curphy arranged the program. During the chapter session the charter was draped in memory of Mrs. A. I. Sondrol, a long time member of Park chapter. The dinner committee included Mr. and Mrs. James H. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Curphy, Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Dice, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Bcmis and Mmes. C. A. Beckner, James Miller, Paul Miller, M. H Duesenberg and Grace Fiske. Mmes. H. H. Crane and W. H. | Duesenberg will be In charge of the dinner April 19. . Gives Party for Former Schoolmate Clear Lake--Mrs. W. F. Collins entertained informally Wednesday afternoon at her home, 111 E South street, complimentary to hei house guests, Mrs. Frank Moore a niece of Mr. Collins, and Mrs Bert Chappoll, Stoughton, Wis. who returned Wednesday evenini to their homes. Guests includec a number of girlhood friends o Mrs. Chappell, nee Lillie Leonard, daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Leonard, Ventura. Mrs. Chappell had not seen some of those present for nearly 50 years. The afternoon was spent in visiting and refreshments were served. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Collins entertained a number of friends and relatives from Mason City for their niece. COLE TALKS TO W.G.T.U, GROUP Contrasts Christian Life, Intemperance Clear Lake--The Rev. W. C Cole spoke on "Christianity vs Intemperance," contrasting the life of the Christian and the drunkard for the program of the W. C. T. U institute at the Church of Chris Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. D. 11 Culver reviewed the Union Signa and Mrs. Henry N. Graven led devotions. Mrs. Cole sang "Over the Top" and Mrs. A. E. Folkmann "Teach Me to Pray." Mrs. M. H. Duesen- bcrg accompanied. A potluek luncheon was served and Mrs. Nora White, Fertile, led the noontide prayer service. . Departmental reports were giv- Mrs. Chappell attended the golden ,, in the morning. The next meet- irownie Girls Hold St. Patrick's Party Clear Lake--Brownie girls at unior high, assisted by their eaclers, Miss Annie Baker and Vlrs. Kenneth Fistler, entertained he Lincoln school Brownie group ind leader, Mrs. B. B. Bailey, at St. Patrick's day party in the Scout room Wednesday after school. Lorcen Morels of the Lincoln school'and Barbara Folkmann of junior high won prizes in a shamrock hunt. Other games were played. Treats were served from a table decorated in St. Patrick's colors. wedding celebration of her parents at Ventura Sunday. BABY CHICKS WHITE ROCKS This Week! $ 8 50 Per 100 WHITE This Week! $ 8 50 Per 100 fhij Week. Per 100 5*1.50 Heavy Assorted These Prices Effective ONLY at the Store EARL MAY'S STORE NURSERY STOCK SEEDS MASON CITY 216 South Federal Avenue ' Telephone 756 SWIFT'S BABY CHICKS You'll find it mighty nice to have a fat egg check coming in each week when egg prices arc at their peak. So order Swift's Baby Chicks t'orthy--300 of these sturdy, vigorous little fellows will be producing 1,000 eggs weekly before the year is over. Swift's Chicks are bred for fast, economical growth, heavy egg production. · Breeder flocks are selected for high production records. Finest ·pedigreed stock is bred into these flocks. · FInck.i are Tfgttlarly culled-- pallorum-faitcd lien nnd three times a year. Only flocks hating SWIFT'S CHICKS LIVE! 19*2 r.cordt on 103,268 Swift'l B«by Chicli ikr» 98?; ttabilitr for Hit K«iardoui tint 3 wmlci. SWIFT COMPANY HATCHERY less that 2 per cent reactors are accepted. · Hatching eggs must weigh 24 ounces per dozen or ater. · Swift'i Hatchery is scrupulously clean--operated by a college-trained expert. Be sure of fine quality by getting Swift's Chicks now! PHONE 127% MASON CITY Clear Lake Briefs Kir;;. Thomas H. Anderson has sold her acreage on N. E. Center street to Mr. and Mrs. Glen Stout, Rudd, who have moved in with their family. Mrs. Anderson has purchased a duplex at 2523 Dupont avenue. Minneapolis, where she now resides. The acreage was sold through L. C. Stuart. See the attractive new Spring lats at Hansen's. Miss Ida Amundson has moved 'rom 701 E. Main street to 1205 5. Main. Wanted: Girl or woman to care for children days. Inquire at Plainview Cottage, Camp Grounds. Men's fellowship prayer meeting will be held at the S. H. Peterson home, 210 N. Oak street, Monday evening at 8 o'clock. New 1 Spring dresses arriving daily at Hansen's. 'Buy now. Danish club will meet Friday at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. John Eliasen, 316 N. Elm street. Want to Rent--Small home In Clear Lake. Refs. Ph. collect 1259, Mason City. Tech. Sgt. C. SI. Hansen returned Wednesday from Chicago and Minneapolis where he had been since Friday. Sergeant Hansen returns to his base Saturday or Sunday. Lost: Men's light tan kid gloves on Main St. Wed. Call 218, Cl. Lake. Cpl. Clair Carr left Wednesday for Camp Wolters, Texas, where he is company clerk in the office, after spending a 15 day furlough I with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Carr, and'family. His wife, who came with him, 'will remain with her parents at Fort Dodge for the present. Mr. and Mrs. Carr entertained 33 relatives at dinner Friday evening and 17 others at dinner Sunday in their honor. Wanted--Will take up to 3 riders. Leave 104 E. State, Clear Lake, at 6:15 each morning, 6 days a week. Double Dozen club will meet Saturday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Carr. Fine selection.of handkerchiefs at Hansen's. Miss Berdean Beckncr, who has been quarantined with scarlet fever in a Cedar Fails hospital for 2 weeks, is improving. Bert Thiederman,. East Alain street, began work Wednesday as assistant at Williams furniture store, taking the place of V. H. Goettsch. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Silcox, Sherburn, Minn., arrived Wednesday to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mel Jacobson, going on to Ottumwa Thursday. The women are sisters. Mrs. Keith Sicssecer returned to her home in Rock Island, III., Thursday after spending a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Michaels. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Thorite have gone to Bemidji, Minn., to visit their son, pvt. Bert Thorne, who is on furlough and visiting his wife and child. The fellowship supper which was to have been served by group 4 of the aid at the Congregational church next Wednesday evening has been indefinitely postponed. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Curphy went to Minneapolis on business Thursday. They expect to return Sunday. Chris Johnston returned to his work at Fargo, N. Dak., Thursday after spending a couple of days with Mrs. Johnston and family. Mr. Johnston is assistant physical director in the army specialized training program at North Dakota State college, Fargo. Mr. and Mrs. James Peterson, 211 Holt street, moved Thursday to a new home near Mercy hospital in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weist and baby son moved Thursday from Davenport to apartment 2 in the Pryor apartments, 222 S. 3rd street. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schmidt, who formerly occupied the apartment, moved Tuesday to the Munrit house. 216 S. 3rd _strcct. Mr. and Sirs. Roy Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Carr and Veryl were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Larson, Mason City, Wednesday evening. IVAN MARTIN GUEST OF HONOR Ivan Martin, 316 E. Main street, left Wednesday for Waterloo where he was a dinner guest oE the Northwestern Bell Telephone company employes at the Russell Lamson hotel in the evening. Mr. Martin formerly worked for the company at Waterloo but recently has been at Northwood. He is reporting to Camp Dodge for induction and expects to be assigned to the signal corps and sent to Camp Crowder, Mo., for training. Mrs. Martin and family will remain in Clear Lake for the present. Clear Lake Calendar Friday--Danish club, Mrs. John Eliasen, 316 N. Elm street, o'clock. United Service Women's club Legion hall, 2 o'clock. Rebekah Social circle, I. 0. O F. hall, 4 o'clock; dinner, o'clock. Past Noble Grand's club, I. O O. F. hall, 8 o'clock. O. N. O. club, Miss Wanda Carr 204 W. Division street. ng is April 19. Other groups also met Wednes- iay. Mrs. Sam Villadsen enter- aincd Dorcas circle of the Zion Lutheran aid with Mrs. Folkmann eading devotions and the Rev. Uiben Moslrom the Bible lesson. Other guests were Mmes. Christ Olsen, Viggo Jacobsen, George ,uncl and Dora Hansen. Mrs. Ellen Neilsen is hostess April 1£. Mrs. C. A. Knutson entertained St. Margaret's Episcopal Guild with Mrs. John Cole leading the lesson. Mrs. D. F. Byers will be liostess next Wednesday when the Rev. C. Burnett Whitehead is expected to be present. Girls Form Populus Club at Clear Lake Clear Lake--Louise Monaghen was chosen president of the Popu lus club at an organization meet ing held at her home Tuesday evening. Beth Rice was named vie president, Barbara Lee secretary Darlene Dobbs treasurer an Jeannine Henderson press re porter. They will hold offic through 6 meetings. Other members of the club ar Joanne Watkins, Marilyn Kimbal Norma Myhr, Charlcne Steven id Charmaine Peterson. "Take : Easy" was chosen as the club's leme song. Refreshments were erved. The next meeting will be held t the home of Charmaine Peteren March 28, with Joanne Watins presenting the lesson. (acobson Speaks on o-Operative History Clear Lake -- L. E. Jacobson, secretary of the Clear Lake Cooperative Creamery association, spoke to the Lions club Wednesday noon on the history of cooperatives, staling that the firsl 'armors' co-operatives in the na- .ion was started at Rockwell. The club voted $1(1 to the milk fund. T. J. Farnnn, George Newman and Edward Boyle were named a committee to plan a "ladies night" for club members Kenneth Becker was a guest o Arnold Moeller. Ray Nichols and Don O'Nei! are the March program committee SOLDIER GETS AWARD Washington, /P)--The war cle partment T h u r s d a y announce! award of the distinguished flyin; cross and one bronze oak lea cluster to T. Sgt. Donald Minge britson, Dov.'s. Thursday, March 16, 1914 3 ttASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE GIRL HEADS PAPER Ames--Margaret Ralston of Des \Ioines, a junior in home eco- lomics, has been named editor of he Iowa State Daily Student, student newspaper at Iowa State col- ege. New business manager of the newspaper is Ruth Marie Gacssler of Ames. HOW SHE SHOPS "CASH AND OWRr Without Painful Backach* Many auffcrcrs relieve nagging bickfteh* quickly, once they discover that tha Mfcl causa of their trouble may be tired kidneys. The kidneys are.Nature'a chin[ way of taking llio citCM acida and fraate out of tba lilcxxj. They help moat people paM about 3 pinto a day, \Yhen disorder of kidney function permit* poisonous matter to remain in your blood, it may cause naREinx backache, rheumatic paia*^ IPR paina. IQM of pop and ecerpy, B^ttiog u[ nights, Bweliing, puSinezs under tho eye*» headaches end dizziness. Frequent or scanty passage* with smarting (tad burttinjc »ome- times thowfl thero i» eomething wrong with your kidneys or bladder. Don't waitl Ask your druggist for Doo'a Pills, used aucccafulty by millions forever 40 years. They K\VQ happy relief and will help the 15 mi lea of kidney lube* flush out poisonous waata from your blood. Get Doan · PiUa. Committee to Confer With Ohio Company Clear Lake--C. A. Knutson has been appointed chnirman o£ a committee to confer with the Saddlery Hardware company of Cleveland, Ohio, relative to locating a proposed western division at Clear Lake, C. A. Pease, president of the Clear Lake Chamber o£ Commerce, announces. Others on the committee are W. H. Ward and E. M. Duesenberg. II established here, the branch would employ about 100 men. WARDS .. a good store for who want good clothes IN YOUR NEW Brent Deluxe These are hats thaf make a lady proud of her Easter escort! And, men, Brent Deluxe bats not only sit lightly and comfortably on your head, but they add a real snap to any outfit, dress you up for Spring! Brenf Deluxe hats come in good quality fur felt--in dashing new shapes, styles and colors! 4.98 IV/T ontgomery 1V1 Ward WARDS .. a good store for men who want good clothes '100% Virgin AND YOU GET 1OO% COMFORTABLE FIT, TOO, IN WARDS Brent Suits 28.95 If you're fussy about fabric, choose Brenl! these materials are fine all-wool worsteds, ths kind of fabric that holds a press smartly, and keeps smooth and soft. If you're fim'cfry about fit, choose Brent! These soils have the natural shoulder lines, the full chest, the collar-comfort, that add up to good tailoring. Spring styles ore ready! 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